Wildlife Pictures

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by noworyz, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. noworyz

    noworyz TPF Noob!

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    Hello,

    I went to the Bison Range yesterday in Montana. I got some really nice photos of animals. I was really upset because the pictures I took of the bear didn't turn out, it was way to blury. Anyway, here are some of the pictures I took...

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    These Elk Pictures were taken in really low light (a little blurry)
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    Fighting Bull ELk
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  2. Face

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    good job. I must say (and this is with my nature pictures too) that I like pitures to have light. It's hard for me to like overcast pictures. but that's not your fault. good job.
     
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    I like the 2nd one (where it really is camouflaged) and that last one is really good! (maybe just a tad dark)
     
  4. ChristopherGrant

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    Ditto on the two above comments, plus:

    This could be a result of the crunching done to get these pics 'web-ready' but it looks as if there were some blurring in most of them. What aperture/shutter speed/iso did you use? I only ask this as my first time out shooting wildlife on an overcast day, I got mostly the same results. Of course this was many years ago, but still. Perhaps I could offer more advice if I knew a little more about them! :)
     

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